It’s tempting to resort to “because I said so” when we are questioned. But is that the most God-honoring way to parent?
More dads are staying home to be with their children—and maybe that’s a good thing for all of us!
The opposite of love is not hate, it’s fear. Fear is the greatest thief of our life, and no stranger to us as single parents.
What’s a single parent to do when summer’s here and you have active kids on the weekend with budgeted funds?
Lately, my son has inspired me to change my own childish attitude in my walk with God! Are you up for the challenge?
As parents, we can’t be too busy to listen. We can’t just assume kids are safe or shy away from difficult topics.
In almost every case, a single parent is walking down a road they didn't plan to be on.
There are so many things I know now, that I wish I could have known then. Here are 10 things I wish every girl could hear.
There are times when our children need to just obey without debating. But there are also times for listening to them.
The Proverbs are a training manual for a father to use with his teenage boys. It is a book to help fathers plant into the minds of their sons the principles of godly instruction.
This Independence Day, how should we teach our kids to pray for America?
Dear single moms: single dads here. We know you have it rough, but so do we. Here are some things I hope for you...
In order for a single-parent home to survive the transition from what was to what is, changes have to take place.
Tricia Goyer has found a catchy way to remember to cloak her kids in prayer – from their heads to their toes.
Christian parents begin with good intentions, but fall into their own dreams for their children's lives, rather than God's.
Raising children is Kingdom work. You cannot do it perfectly, but neither did the moms of the Bible, and we are still feeling the impact of their efforts.
There’s no magic formula that will turn your child into a Bible-lover, but there are numerous things you can do to help.
Teens actually do have a lot to say, and they want to be heard. They will open up if you approach conversations wisely.
“One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.” –George Herbert
- June 17, 2014 |